Always interesting
I enjoy these podcasts because they take a narrow and deep look at our social, working and domestic lives. Encyclopedic in scope for those interested in reflecting on culture through sociological lens.
podmind via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/24/21
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I look forward to each episode as the topics are always surprising.
virtual3 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/10/12
Oh dear, it would be this week that I decide to post a review. The current episode—White Power in the US—was a bit of a train wreck and saved only by the polite forbearance of interviewee Kathleen Belew. By linking the entirely irrelevant Waco Siege to her work Laurie had either not read her...Read full review »
MBelderson via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/11/18
Thinking allowed is a rarity these days - speech radio based on recent academic social studies and research papers, wrapped up with Laurie Taylor's insight and dry, well-kept humour. I would compare this to a salmon confit and noilly-prat sauce. Keeps my week happily going.Read full review »
J K-K via Apple Podcasts · Finland · 05/21/09
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